A few items of note from this week

Wow, it sure has been a busy week! Here are a few happenings of note...

1) "High School Musical 2: School's Out!" had its final performance at Disney's Hollywood Studios on Saturday. It was a great show with some pretty awesome performers. Not quite sure why, but that show sure meant a lot to me. I'll miss seeing it every day that I'm there. Not to worry, though, as "High School Musical 3: Senior Year" will be here on October 24th! Expect a blog about it soon.

2) I wrote my first paper of the fall semester! True, it may not seem like a lot, however, if you knew about me and school papers, it's a big deal. From the two required pages it became five - I'm pretty happy with it.

3) I bought a plane ticket to Wisconsin! I'll be traveling to the land of cheese from October 16th through the 19th to visit a couple of friends in their home state. I'm a little bit nervous, as I've never flown all by myself before. However, the trip will definitely be worth it, as I am really excited to see a state I've never been to before.

4) First, watch this video of a limotrain launching at Rock 'n' Roller Coaster at Disney's Hollywood Studios...

Crazy awesome, huh? Well, now image that 60-mile-an-hour, "armed and dangerous" limo, launching within feet of 24 helpless Park Guests... no, not with 24 Guests riding INSIDE the limo, but actually standing ALONGSIDE it!

Yea, well it happened, did so with a manager's approval, and not ONE Cast Member in the area stopped it. Mind you, every Cast Member at that attraction is trained to press the Emergency Stop button if even ONE Guest somehow ends up in that restricted area. But, alas, 24 of them were standing there, with a 5-person "wall" created of Cast Members standing in front of them, not safe from the danger of being flung down that tunnel.

It probably will be the topic of discussion for quite some time and laughed about even more than the day that bats came to visit us inside of the building. Good times.

5) Finally, I'll be getting my passport tomorrow, even though I have decided against studying abroad in the spring. I still hope to do it before I graduate, though.

Alright, well, that's about all I have for now. After staying up way too late to finish my paper and jumping on here to blog about it, I am now going to be getting a mere three hours of sleep... typical.


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